KC DEM CLUB: Education Funding

Join us in welcoming Boise attorney Robert C. Huntley to the Club. Bob is traveling the state to discuss a bill called The Education Funding Act of 2021. If enacted, the legislation would fully fund our education system. Bob is a trial attorney and a former Idaho Supreme Court Justice. In addition, Bob worked as a member of various state task force committees focused on Education and Taxation, among others. Bob is representing the members of Totally Optimistic Advocates Dedicated to Students (TOADS). TOADS is introducing legislation to restructure the state’s taxing system to divert more funds to Idaho Schools. Join Bob online this Friday at noon to hear about his efforts to fully fund Public Education in Idaho.

A Zoom link for this meeting will be distributed on Thursday, January 7. To request the link, contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com.

About Robert C. Huntley

Bob Huntley is currently Of Counsel to The Huntley Law Firm in Boise. He holds degrees in Political Science/Public Administration and Law from the University of Idaho and a “Master of Laws in the Judicial Process” from the University of Virginia.

With over fifty years of experience as a member of the Idaho Bar, Bob’s work focused  primarily on trial and appellate law. From 1982 to 1989, he served as a Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court. In addition, he was a member and vice chairman of the Idaho Judicial Council from 1967 to 1991; a commissioner of the Idaho State Bar in 1982; chair of the State Bar CLE Committee in 1964-1966; and chair of the State Bar Professional Conduct Board in 1993-1994.


TOADS is a nonpartisan association consisting primarily of past and present school officials. However, it also includes their patrons and members from other collaborating organizations throughout the state.

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